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  • CHAPTER 1 Technical Specification
  • CX-Programmer Features
  • Installation
  • Help and How to Access it
  • Technical Support
  • CHAPTER 2 Quick Start Guide
  • Starting CX-Programmer
  • Licensing
  • Introducing CX-Programmer Projects
  • The CX-Programmer Environment
  • Using CX-Programmer
  • Summary
  • CHAPTER 3 Project Reference
  • Project Workspace
  • Program Sections
  • Cross-Reference Report
  • Address Reference Tool
  • Output Window
  • Watch Window
  • Options and Preferences
  • Properties
  • Using Microsoft Windows Features in CX-Programmer
  • CHAPTER 4 Reference
  • PLCs and Projects
  • Symbols
  • Program Editing
  • Mnemonic Program Editing
  • Working On-line
  • Flash ROM Backup
  • Data Trace/Time Chart Monitoring
  • CX-Net Network Configuration Tool
  • IO Table
  • CHAPTER 5 Advanced Topics
  • Writing More Maintainable Programs
  • Copying Information between Projects
  • Using CX-Programmer with Other Applications
  • Applying a Password to the PLC Programs
  • APPENDIX A Toolbars and Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Standard Toolbar
  • Diagram Toolbar
  • Symbol Table Toolbar
  • Insert Toolbar
  • Program Toolbar
  • Views Toolbar
  • Keyboard Shortcuts

The IO table enables the map of racks and units needed by the PLC programs to be edited. It also allows
the desired map to be compared with the actual map of the connected PLC when online. See the CX-
Server PLC Tools User manual for details on editing the table.

Some (usually smaller) PLCs do not have configurable IO, and so do not have an IO table.

Once IO assignments have been made, affected addresses are shown prefixed in CX-Programmer’s
program editors. An ‘I: ’ prefix indicates that the address is mapped to an input unit. A ‘Q: ’ prefix
indicates that the address is mapped to an output unit.


CHAPTER 5 – Advanced Topics

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